Auchentoshan 21 Year Old

70cl / 43%
  • Lowland Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Distillery Bottling
Auchentoshan 21 Year Old
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A deliciously smooth, mellow long-aged Auchentoshan. This 21yo Lowland single malt is a sophisticated and well-balanced dram to savour slowly after a good meal.

Distillery Bottling
21 Year Old


  • Body
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  • Smoke
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  • Vanilla Vanilla
  • Orange Orange
  • Honey Honey
  • Malt Malt

Auchentoshan 21 Year Old Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by The Whisky Exchange

    Nose: Elegant and intriguing, with grassy and minty notes accompanied by honey and citrus.

    Palate: Sweet and chocolatey with candied citrus peel, more mint and a nutty edge.

    Finish: Long and fruity, with citrus fading to reveal soft spice.

5 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    11 February

    Definitely one of my favourite whiskies. Smooth and sweet, with detectable notes of vanilla and chocolate.

  • 4
    22 November 2017

    Very good but not amazing. Smooth but with a slightly volatile finish. Savoury and herbacious more than honeyed, touch citrusy. Quite elegant.

  • Scotch Fan 28 August 2013

    Super smooth and unfortunately that's all about there is to the story here. I wouldn't even bother typing this comment here if Auchentoshan 21 was a cheaper dram. It certainly doesn't deserve its price tag, keep in mind that Aberfeldy 21 YO, which is the winner of a Gold Medal and Best in Class at the International Wine & Spirits Competition 2010, is £20 cheaper and has the punch this Auchentoshan lacks, in spite of its higher ABV%.

  • The Colonel 28 April 2013

    Super smooth and triple distilled, you could be forgiven for thinking it was Irish! Complex, delicate, soft, rounded, honeyed and plenty of vanilla from the 21 years spent in oak. A lovely, easy drinking, medium weight malt and decent value for the age. You can understand why Jim Murray gave it 93 points. Top of the standard Auchentoshan range.

  • szxz1z 26 December 2009

    single malt fit for angels